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Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/20/2008 8:19 AM  |  Flag  
I feel bad for that cougar that had the whole city government of Chicago hellbent on it's destruction of few months ago. The poor thing wasn't protected by the "domesticated animal" label. Unfortunately, there no money to be made breeding and selling cougars so they have no advocates.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/20/2008 8:06 PM  |  Flag  
The comment above is well taken. Why is it always mentioned when tazers don't work they had to shoot the dog? For the love of children do they count for so little? What's wrong with shooting a pit bull off another animal?
Nothing---What's wrong with the City of Chicago to let this continue.

Anonymous mrs.Poodle  |  9/21/2008 2:50 AM  |  Flag  
I always wonder about them using pepperspray. I mean, has this been tested? To me it seems more likely the dogs become even more agressive when you inflict pain on them.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/21/2008 3:23 AM  |  Flag  
Pepperspray was designed to stop mankind -- an animal that walks upright, as was the Taser. Highly concentrated pepperspay is used to deter (slow down) bears. Pepperspray, even in highly concentration amounts, was not designed for canines period. Pepperspray for canines is "situational," firearms are definitive.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/21/2008 3:29 PM  |  Flag  
Dog owner:

The dogs' owner, William Johnson, a carpenter, said Saturday he was at work at the time of the attack and didn't know exactly what had happened. Johnson, 32, said he was surprised the dogs mauled the boy.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/22/2008 4:14 AM  |  Flag  
Why are pit owners the only ones suprised when their precious baby attacks someone?!

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